Nathalie Pozzi is the principal of Nakworks, an interdisciplinary design studio based in New York City that explores the critical intersection of space, material and culture.
Nakworks collaborates with architects, artists, choreographers and other designers who work with space. As an artists’ consultant, Nakworks has supervised the installation of large-scale artworks in Brazil, Japan (Yokohama Triennale of Art), Italy (Florence Biennale), Australia and the UK (Royal Academy of London.)
Nathalie Pozzi has taught classes and workshops at Berlin University of the Arts, University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and Zurich University of the Arts.
Over the last several years, in collaboration with game designer and NYU Professor Eric Zimmerman, Nathalie Pozzi has designed a series of large-scale installations that are both temporary tableau and interactive performance. Their collaborations have appeared at events and exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, as well as in Paris, Dublin, Moscow, and Los Angeles.
Nathalie Pozzi holds a Master of Architecture cum Laude from the University IUAV of Venice and studied at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and at Helsinki University of Technology.
Nathalie Pozzi is an Italian-licensed architect, registered at the "Ordine degli Architetti, Pianificatori, Paesaggisti e Conservatori della Regione Autonoma Valle d'Aosta".
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